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Is Apple about to stop you DJing with your iTunes music library?

Apple Music Expands with New Web Interface Is Apple about to stop you DJing with your iTunes music library?
Adrian Cunningham | 10 September, 2019, 15:08

Apple Music users can stream songs and albums via their web browser today as the tech giant tests a beta version on the web. The new web player interface resembles the Music app for macOS, but it can be accessed through a web browser, meaning on Windows 10 devices and even Chromebooks.

With Apple Music for web, Apple aims to reach more users and beat its biggest rival Spotify that has 100 million paid subscribers and also offers web player.

The new web player is in beta but available worldwide.

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All subscribers of Apple Music worldwide will be able to use the beta app by simply signing in to with their existing Apple ID. That's an increase of 18 percent compared to the same period a year earlier and is a direct result of more people signing up for streaming music services.

Apple Music is finally accessible in a web browser. You can also add and remove tracks from your library, like and dislike songs, and even delete playlists, although there's no way to actually create playlists yet. And - while Apple Music is doing OK - it definitely suffers from being poorly integrated or available across multiple platforms. The services provided by iTunes, including sync and backup, not to mention music and video, will be split off into dedicated Music and TV apps, as on iOS. You can grab the app below to try the service out for free. During the beta-testing period, Apple will be asking for feedback from customers as it works on the product and looks to streamline its features and remove any bugs, TechCrunch reported.